A comment!

Olivier Fourdan fourdan at xfce.org
Wed Mar 27 15:01:04 CET 2002

Hi Chuck,

Well, actually this is planned, but as it seems, everybody is getting so
excited about xfce4 that nobody thinks about releasing the existing
xfce3 code...


On Wed, 2002-03-27 at 14:47, Chuck Mead wrote:
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> I have watched over the last few months as many, many things have been
> added to XFce. Most of it has been in the supporting applications rather
> than the core. Having said that though I think it would be imperative,
> before you get too involved with version 4, that you guys do a new
> release of XFce3. It has been some time since there was an official
> release and there are a lot of nice tweaks that have been added. Why not
> put them out there in a release form so that people other than
> developers can use them easily.
> Just my $0.02!
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